Album Review – Posthuman by Harms Way (Metal Blade)

Harms Way have released their latest album, Posthuman, on the 9th of February. Posthuman is their fourth full length release overall and first via Metal Blade.

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Live Review: Architects & While She Sleeps at Alexandra Palace, London (03/02/18)

This is a significant show for Architects, their biggest to date. Alexandra Palace is a huge venue, able to hold over 10,000 people. Alongside While She Sleeps, the melodic hardcore mob have managed to sell it out.

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Album Review: Break and Enter – The Call Of The Void (Self Released)

On January 12th 2018, melodic hardcore band Break and Enter released their debut album, The Call of the Void. 11 tracks of savagery that offer bludgeoning breakdowns, bloodying riffs & eviscerating vocals.

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Album Review: Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals – Choosing Mental Illness as a Virtue (Season of Mist)

One of the busiest men in metal, Phil Anselmo returns with this second album under the Philip H. Anselmo and the Illegals moniker. Choosing Mental Illness as a Virtue is out now via Season of Mist.

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Album Review: Greber – Cemetery Preston (Various Labels)

Greber are an Ontario based sludge/doom duo with elements of grind & hardcore thrown in. Cemetery Preston is their latest release, due out on February 2nd 2018.

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EP Review: Seep Away – The Blackened Carnival of Societal Ineptitude (Man Demolish Records)

York’s metallic hardcore upstarts Seep Away have released their final record, The Blackened Carnival of Societal Ineptitude. The 8-track EP was released on Friday 12th January via Man Demolish Records.

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EP Review – II by GnarWolf (Self Released)

Austin, Texas based hardcore band, GnarWolf, released their second EP, simply called II, back on the 8th of April 2017. The currently unsigned band are a 4 piece, releasing short, sharp tracks designed to pummel. Amidst all that pummelling. there is a little imagination and style too.

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Album Review: Afgrund – The Dystopian (Afgrund Muzak)

Swedish death metal/grindcore band Afgrund have just released their fourth full-length album & first since 2012. The Dystopian is eleven tracks of short & crusty metal that comes in at just 23 minutes. The album is out now via Afgrund Muzak.

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Album Review – Svart by Feared (Ola Englund)

Swedish death metal band, Feared, have just released their latest studio album. That album is called Svart and it came out on the 8th of December.

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